Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
GE HERALD COL, LIU. i, AUSTIN, filter me has already threshed yield �l -10 bushels por acre. Wlxi Horn beck has 12ft seres which yielded on nn average 1)3 bushels |>cr acre. Thos. Walsh of Elinor had fit) nc-res which averaged uwr 1)2 bushels of No. 1 wheat per acre. These, hnmes are mentioned at random trom different parts of this district and many more could lie mentioned. Some claim that they have had ns high as f>i* bushels per acre Does this look ns if Sunny Southern All>ertn ha*l proven herself a 'Wg flMle." The local price of Premier Hirthorford is kopt busy dodging offers to � crept th.' degree of LL. D. The eastern universities evidently think one degree Is not enough for him. Ho will not be properly inllluted until he has been given -the thirty-third degree. "The Ixwt boost this district has had for a long tlttio" Im what was said of last week's Herald. Ldthbrtdge is the centre of THE district. Don't forget to say so. Those Dakota journalists have Lethbridge Is the most prospei .lis' K�*o�t imagitiation-or cussedness looking place In AHiertn todti\\ . , . , . , H ' " 1 Would It Ik- n typographical error to call It the DotU Like .tournnl ? A page ad in n lending .\,n",,','n paper giving the crop returns for this district would lie n mimtv 1 Investment for the Hoard of Trade to make. Thjs city is going i� li.iv> r>it.- t gas. If the Eleotrle Light im mt.'t get it the cHy will have >> �rlsh display, has recognised In him year. Southern Alberta is the centre of vision for all Americans except the blind nnd crosseyed. nn* selling their news columns nt so.lng the line much n line to those who arc inter- along. ^ ested In preventing the sale of Al- ] . \ . . i i ......T nr 'hat morning trnin to the east Is bertn lands to AuK-rlcan farmers, or everybody exc-ept is i, a part of the campaign of the elle� ����' _ Alberta �|ints settlers with sufficient, ..... ... . ... .,,,, ,,,. t)ne thing In certain nnd that is intolHg''""' to siv through such on-1 ^, . ,,, . , , , , .......i,-. that Mr llonlen s receirtlon in A Iter- vlous faK'hood ami find out the 1 are not Allnrr-| men who bulk large in the public eye out West are native lo its plains. A new generation, it is true. Is growing up who kaow the prairie as n childhood home. At present, however, those who �-il In the high places ami occupy tin' suits of the mighty are the men who da--cd to venture. t�-n. twenty, or thirty yenrs ago, and the pione.-r in whut Cut Them Off. ! wns recently wedded. The bride's was then superlatively a new c uulry The Allierta Government would lie| well advised if H passed legislation! making It impossible for a Japanese or a Chinaman to have a vote in, thfa province . Make these yellow understand we are not going to People Hving In countries favored! '"other �av* him 8.-.0.0O0. The gov-with an abundance of tree., especial-!�'">�;;� opponents will now iy Cnnadlun Maples, ore wont to indulge In rewtasdes o\er the brilliant( itenuty of the autumnal foliage of the say that he accepted a brilie. Have l-ethhridge graduates attended to their registration for the first fniversity Convocation ? For the steenth nnd last time, fair warning-going-�oing -! Can- ti>s* utid vines. The first frost in I be Kustern provinces brings forth the scarlet and gold of the muple. |1r excellent |>eriodicnl aur affairs. They have no right to' other vines take on their varied hues compete with white labor and netth-' in a vcrltatde luxury of beauty. j tensive write-up of the Cnrmangny �r haw th#j- any right to romtvie! Allierta hns none of this beauty, with white votes. Once they* had but h-r nutuiun charms are fur more �the franchise these fellows would lie i enchanting. The |vn of the moxt arlvcn to the polls by their corpora-!gifted writer and the tongue of the tlon masters ami mink' to vote ag-jmost brilliant orator are utterly un-ainst th(� inU-rest.H of tlv )M>opk>. Woinl,lo to ik*scrilie the marvellous benu-'�K to talk about to the circle of the _ *^**T horizon are one iuiims of color, the, I' ^ry house In every town lOong j most brilliant hues nil In perfect liar! ,h'' K,,,,,h H'h- will got n fresh coiit jinony and oA the most delicate de-!"' '"'"t iMh '"" of ; signs. The chungiug simile and wav-\l�rs|�>rlly. .iou know ,f erlng tights nn> such as bring pis'tie adiun Life and Itesources, has nn ex-Umsive write-up of thi Fa nn. near Cluresholm. Some s|ilen The F.dmonton Journal r>'ports faithfully and elnborate.y all of H. I.. Hnrdi-n's siieechJes and tl�en publishes the Conservative platform so tlu� |ieople may know what the lead- To this class belongs lion. Gecrgc I led ley Vicars llulyea, I.ieutennnt-Oovernor of Alberta who left his New, llrunswlck home in 18SU and toik up his residehoe, after u diort .�ti> in Manitoba, nt Qu'Ap|ielle, SasUalche-wnn. Mr. llulyen's name has xkk Loyalist slock. Hi rn nt Oaffetown, XVw Hrunswick. Ft litu nry 17, 18"d).vhe is in his 4�th year, and should have a long career of pub He usefulness yot lK�fore him. After n brilliant course In the University of New Hrunswick. from which he graduated in 1HTH a gentleman of probity and character and he commands universal rcsjieet. Mr. Hutyea In 1885 married Miss Annie lllanche llnhblt, second daughter of the late It. T. Ilabblt, registrar Queen's county, Vow llrunswlck, Mrs. llulyea maintains the dignity of Government House In a charming manner. Without excessive formality she leads the society of the capital unostentatiously but skilfully. When ut Iteglna the urbane Icglslnt or nnd his wife were in the habit of inviting in for nn evening parties of students from the Normal School. On these occasions, Mr. llulyea would, they say, waylay one of his guests nnd hold htm up for a game of check ers, of which he was fond. At F.dmonton, where everyone has good horses, the governor likes to leave his coachman nt home nnd drive his own team. In the summer, with his wife, he takes up residence in Hs beautiful home nt Pcnchlnnds, .! C Mere In the fruit district he in-i' a-bly remembers his (icrsonal ft-ieiidti cast of the Hockies with the C.rst fruits of the season. Governor llulyea is lovpd and respected throughout Alberta, nnd undoubtedly will continue to grow In favor ns the yenrs go by. delay-will prevent nn Asiatic from having, 'rom t,H! A'"ill> a voto in this province. WILL Ht'N IN MACLKOI) (Frank Paper.) Frank tt. Sherman, district presi dent of U. M. W. A. is authority for tlie stutement that the combination ls.'tween the 1'. M. W. A. nnd tho So clety of Faulty, formed with a view-to placing candidates in the field a*. Mncleod and Medicine Hat ridings in the next llom^ion election, is an ns-he mi red thing nnd that he wiH lie the Who's the L'ar? -tnught Sunbury county (N.ll ) grammar school until 18SU. This position he gave up to go vest. Alt t)u'-Ap|ielH� he settled and went into com merclnl life. lie conducted a furniture and flour and foil business until candidate in Mucleod riding instead; of Medicine Mat as hail hitherto ueen | assumed would be the cn.se. lied Deer people are kicking for a | new station and freight shed. ' of the Hoard thoughts lo the most prosaic nnd ex-1 clninatloiis of wonderment from the On- Thw secrxlnry Tra nv^ivitl a few days auo a marked ropv of the Lit tin Fn'ls (Minn.) Herald wdh the follow .,,g .....sl w,,'i il.wn in the annals of Allierta ms lh s.-.i-Son oi her most severe t.-.i'lut lllld of a reinarkalil,. irium|ih l'i.,.n s. ed Had reports havo',,,,. ,, hurxe.vl. the el,�iien'.s si eliied to be against her siicivss. 'I lie ^ pro ^ wus very late and backward. Those! vho were intending to sow �:|-liug gruins feai>>d that the grain juvi-,-would be sowed. In ninny |mrl.s of tlie province, even after seeding, the Clareshoim. Allwrt*. In the lei lor lie j weinlier was culd mid wet. uniuv.ir anys that -the crop wlU Ik' only ."> ,|,ie to the Ih-m growth of either full per cent, of what was cx|d. Just',^ speing gViiin. Hut lietter weatlu-r t the time the whinit was ri|h> end! ,ame and ulihough on* to a bad ready to cut u big snow storm came.' �nirt tho gmin made miuvellous burying the grain. There was very; growth with promise of tremendous lit)tl� grain cut when the storm cauiij; ju�id. Hut ut the time thut the and all thut was standing in li.e'grmn usually ripen� the rains kept field was covered with snow and ticnt1 fulling preventing ibis process so Into the ground. Very Utile more'ihal many feared that frost would grain will he harvested anil 0\j ,e places severe lios-ls ftdlowed as if eilitor of the pajier asks for ih, real' to fuels of the ease 08 1� siiys he does (hvveat a cni[i not "think the situation is as bad as make one lust dcs|ierale effort toi *his article would inii-u-uu- Hut in spite of il all. the native1, H is1 strength of Allier-lu's soil and air gratifying to know that, some of our, me and tuilu.v the province has i'nino1 before taking in all the sitatemeits through as safely as uny portion of thu-t am prompted by land i gents country in America and Southern Al-who are anxious to dispose ,.i their herla has not only etpmlleil the pro-Texas, Oregon and Washington I. ds sent records of other provinces and anil by businessmen of the eo u iumi-, stales, but is able to boast, without t-ies who fear Unit it' the fuels i. n- fear of contradiction, of the greatest aiming- Alberta are known, their Held cro)i ever proiluced in any part of of business uctivity will bo dispopu-( Aniericu in this or any other year on la-ted. jivcord. Tho Clareshoim Jtoviow i'liervieevdj Nuier in her agricultural, lu�tory L. 11. Ugblund of Cliwesholin. tlu-lhas Allwi la bad such ililliculties lo aon of Huns L. Cghlund referred to in the article and of the interview says:- The information from which tho second article sprang is attributed to L, H. I'ghlnnd of Cinrcsholin. Mr. I'ghlnnd wh�n souii ennoeruiug this article positlvoly denied that he had mude uny siu-h siutemimts. We know Mr. I'ghlnnd weH enough to place more confldenco in what he suj'b than in uny statements made by the ItovJl'B Lake Journal. No one who hns scon the Claros-bolm crops would for a moment bo- overcoir.e. Pi-olmbly never again will tliu season !*> so unfavorable. This season bus bi�en Allwrta's testing j time. Slie bus proven tluvl even un deT adverse circums-laiires. this fair province is a safe agricultural conn t ry. OUR POINT OF VIEW A Wimmpeg mun says that ho sees dufeut staring the Liborals in tho fuou in tho coming fetleral elections Thut fellow's eyesight is bud; ho should invest in a puir of si>octuclos LETHBRIDGE MICTION MART FRANK G. WADDINGTON, Licensed Auctioneer, wishes to announce to the public cf Lethbridge and district that he has opened an AUCTION MART at 410 ROUND STREET, in tho premises formerly occupied by The Lethbridge Herald Printing Co.,' where ho will conduct Auction Sales and a department for the purohaae and sale of second-hand articles of any sort. At this Mart, sales will be held periodically for the disposal by auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, STOCK-IN-TRADE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, CLOTHING, ETC, All orders for the Storing and Sale of Goods of any description will receive prompt and careful attention. If parties wishing to dispose of articles will send a list aud the location of the goods, arrangements will be made for their transfer to the Sales Room. Particular attention is drawn to tho fact that the proprietor is prepared to secure for a purchuser uny socoud-hund article whatever thut he may wish in the shortest possible time. If required, sules will be conducted on the owner's premises in any part of the city or district. All sales will bo conducted on a strictly commission basis, except when the owner wishes immediate sale. At such times Roods will be purchased ut liberal prices. Satisfaction guaranteed in whatever place or manner the sale is conducted. the Lethbridge Auction mart Auction and Sales Rooms, 410 Round St. . FRANK G. WADDINGTON, PROPRIETOR Baby carriages We are opening up a most complete line of Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. We guarantee the spring* on these Carriages. They are the best that we know of. OUR TERMS are 8 per cent. Cash^Discount or 2-5 cash, balance note on limited time. The Tuppin Furniture Co. 09* We guaruntee a square deal to all who trade here. $10,000 stock Being opened at the Co-Op. by The J. Brown Co. Ltd. (Not $1,000 ns in error advertised last week) We have nearly completed opening and marking this stock. We will have all opened by time this aduounceinent reaches you. This means bargains in Dress Goods, Mantles, Skirts, Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Overcoats, etc. Remnants of nil kinds. Dress Goods, Linings, Ribbons, Flannelettes, Sheetings, etc., will be one of many bargains offered this week. Cull and inspect this stock and get prices. We were unable to get stock opened in time for this advertisement to quote prices. Barguius just the same. The J. Brown Co., Ltd. ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, WATCH FOR THE WESTERN HOMESTEAD THE OEWSPAPER OF THE GREAT CANADIAN WEST WHICH .MKAN'S that the people of our firwit Cnnailian West are to bo supplied with a long-felt want, in the form of un up-to-dutc Weekly Xewspupcr, one that will appeal to all, ami onu 'thut bus no connection with any existing dally paper. TUB WESTBIOJ IIOMBSTI3AD will bo oubMsheU at CulRary, Alta., on Octobn( 25th, next ami weakly thereafter. It will consist of Sixteen Pages, containing 112 columns of interesting ruailinR mutter for young aijd old. If you desire tho latest telegraphic news from homo read Tho Western Homestead and get tho best from the world over. LOOK FOU TUB SIOIUAL STOKY the largest hit in present day fiction You cunnot help but enjoy it. Do not miss the first chupter. TUB WBSTBKN I-IOMBSTKAD will devote a pngo to matters of interest to women. Fashion notes. Cooking Koriiictj and Household Mints will bo given weekly. TUB WBSTKltX UOMRSTEAD will contain n good Short Story oach week. Agriculture Notes and many other features. TUB WESTERN HOMESTEAD will bo ob sale everywhere in tho West at fie. |�r copy or ut a yearly subcription of $1 payable in advunco. ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, WATCH FOR THE WESTERN HOMESTEAD . THE NEWSPAPER OF THE GREAT CANADIAN WEST With the C. P. R. Magnates. I.nst Thutwliiy evening Sir Tboinns Shaughnessy, l'resident of tne Canadian I'lieilic Railway Co., Win, Why to Vice V�ros., Directors B l�. us!,.<\ U. II. Angus, W. D. MuithowN, nnd S'upt Ji. H. Jomicson wore in tho city. A number of citizens including Mayor Ualbraith, C. F. I'. Conybcare, president of tho llourd of Trade, Senator DeVober, Aid. Oliver nnd Cunningham, a. W. Robinson, H..I.1I. SUolth K. II. Fossondon and O- D. Austin mot the magnutos in their private car for an informal discussion. As neither party had anything to ask for or to givo there wus nothing doing of any pnrliculur interest. Sir Thomas volunteered some very interesting facts concerning -the CI*.II., and said that his compuny had cnnio to livo in Lethbridgu. Among olhor facts brought out, was the sluto-thait the Hues to Suskatoon and Weyt burn would not bo coinploteil soon but that short lines may bo built in, these directions to get t.he gralnrais* ed as not tlouient increased.